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Oliver 1850 steering pump seal kit

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Farmboy82

11-19-2020 23:04:13




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Does anyone know what the agco part number is for the quad ring in the 1850 steering pump or the seal kit? Cant seem to find it in the parts book. Thanks




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hymie2lt

11-20-2020 05:44:44




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 Re: Oliver 1850 steering pump seal kit in reply to Farmboy82, 11-19-2020 23:04:13  
Sent you an E-mail...did you receive? Wayne



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Farmboy82

11-20-2020 08:09:38




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 Re: Oliver 1850 steering pump seal kit in reply to hymie2lt, 11-20-2020 05:44:44  
Yes. I got it. Thanks.



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ziffel

11-20-2020 03:32:50




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 Re: Oliver 1850 steering pump seal kit in reply to Farmboy82, 11-19-2020 23:04:13  
Those kind of things are quite easy to get from your local hydraulic store. You will need the old one for a sample. We have a Massey dealer locally who is very good at this and keeps a good supply of seals, etc



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Farmboy82

11-20-2020 16:48:25




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 Re: Oliver 1850 steering pump seal kit in reply to ziffel, 11-20-2020 03:32:50  
When taking the steering gear out of the steering box does the snap ring have to come out? I read somewhere that it doesn't and all that needs to be done is loosen the bolt and the gear pops off, but mine isn't working. The bolt is loose but the gear is stuck on the shaft. Has anyone done this before? I think if the bolt was out I could get a puller in there to take the gear off but the snap ring is pretty tight.

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Mike(NEOhio)

11-21-2020 06:18:34




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 Re: Oliver 1850 steering pump seal kit in reply to Farmboy82, 11-20-2020 16:48:25  
Just back the bolt out. It will come loose then get tight against the snap ring and push the gear off.



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super99

11-20-2020 17:08:29




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 Re: Oliver 1850 steering pump seal kit in reply to Farmboy82, 11-20-2020 16:48:25  
It's been a long time since I had one apart, don't remember about the snap ring, but guessing it has to come out. The bolt IS the puller! Just crank away on it and it will push the gear right out. Be sure you get the timing marks lined up when you go back together.



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rrlund

11-22-2020 06:02:34




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 Re: Oliver 1850 steering pump seal kit in reply to super99, 11-20-2020 17:08:29  
I had one stuck so tight in a 1600 that it curled the snap ring right up out if it. I had to take the bolt out of the steering arm and push the shaft and gear out from the bottom. Never had one do that before or since.



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Farmboy82

11-22-2020 07:36:23




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 Re: Oliver 1850 steering pump seal kit in reply to rrlund, 11-22-2020 06:02:34  
I'm thinking the bolt in the steering box snapped because it just spins and now I can't re tighten it. I tried to bust the snap ring out but still nothing. How did you take the whole gear and shaft out? Did you leave the front axle on? The engine is out of the tractor so it's easy to work on now but I'm stuck on how to get this gear out. An easy job turned into a very difficult one.



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rrlund

11-22-2020 09:45:54




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 Re: Oliver 1850 steering pump seal kit in reply to Farmboy82, 11-22-2020 07:36:23  
Wide front correct? On a narrow front, I don't know how you'd do it, but wide front, turn the front wheels all the way, then take the pinch bolt out of the steering arm. It has to come all the way out because there's a groove in the shaft that it goes through. You'll have to turn it one way to get the nut off, then the other way to get the bolt out. Just stick a bar between the tire and spindle to turn it. Once the bolt is out, you can either push the shaft up and out or lift the whole steering cylinder out after taking the nut off the brace arm.

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